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High available credit may have an impact when applying for new credit, particulary mortgages. Be very careful when following the advice of any mortgage agent in this, or any other, regard with respect to your credit. Their advice can be very faulty. For instance they might suggest that you close an account which could have a very negative effect on your FICO score and should not be necessary. Practice good credit hygine at all times and you should not have problems.
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